Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rioja, Nov 29, 2009.
How do you do it so that you don't have to enter in the password every time you check your vm?
Actually figured this out myself in case anyone's interested. It's not very intuitive (at least not to me).
Go to Settings > Call Settings > Voicemail
You VM number will popup, click in the field to bring up the keyboard. ON the keyboard there is a letter "P". After your number append the "P" and your vm password number "XXXX". That's it. It works great for me.
How can I put a string of numbers and sibls in my voicemail dialing process that will keep me from having to enter my password and then press 1 ---
I answered my own question about this here:
In put the P in the string and it still asked for a password. I use a bluetooth earpiece and do not need to have to be punching numbers while driving..
rioja's fix worked for me.
To be more explicit: Go to Settings > Call Settings > Voicemail
Your current voicemail number will be displayed in the input box,
Use the keypad to append a 'p' and your PIN, e.g.
(replace that 000 with your PIN).
My phone won't allow me to edit my voicemail number or any settings at all that have to do with voicemail so i can't add pauses etc and everytime i try calling voicemail it asks for my password but it doesn't work so im clearly missing something. ive never used voicemail before so i have no idea how it works to begin with
Try the Help in your Visual Voicemail Settings screen or visiting Sprint website.